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  • Happy humbugs

      You've gotta love the fact that one of the most beloved Christmas stories of all time deals with misanthropy, hauntings, death, cynicism and poverty. And yet that's no doubt part of A Christmas Carol's charm. You wouldn't think the s
  • Tooling around O'Toole

      Spokane Civic Theatre opened its 55th season with a musical that drew me back into a world that I vividly recall: the l950s. It was a time when we huddled around television, mesmerized by the ability to have entertainment in our own
  • Dazzling and dark

      Cabaret came to life first in a collection of short stories by Christopher Isherwood entitled Berlin Stories; it then evolved into John Van Druten's play, I Am a Camera. Through the years, I was fortunate to see the original play (ba
  • Farce or melodrama?

      As I left Lake City Playhouse on Friday night, after viewing its final production of the year, See How They Run, a British farce by Philip King, my friend who accompanied me said, "Well, they do great melodrama." To which I responded
  • Paris in the springtime

      When I was a child, I saw Gigi, the straight play by Anita Loos, and I loved it. It was full of color and excitement, this story of a young girl being groomed to be a Parisian courtesan. I remember bejeweled hair ornaments, hair pile
  • Intrigue in the Alps

      Remember Rocky Horror Picture Show? The innocent young couple has car trouble and arrives at a gothic mansion expecting help. Instead, events turn strange inside the mansion: Fear turns to fun and bizarre happenings. Interplayers' s
  • Until proven guilty

      Saturday night, I journeyed out to the Lake City Playhouse in Coeur d'Alene to see 12 Angry Men. I must applaud Lake City Playhouse for finding 12 competent men to fill the bill. It's obvious that the Lake City has a commu
  • The Hoover files

      Just prior to the election, it was certainly engrossing to see a play that brought up questions of intrigue, duplicity, blackmail and abuse in the higher echelons of our bureaucratic world. Reminiscent of the Spy vs. Spy
  • Surrey with the fringe on top

      The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma! opened March 30, 1943, in New York and played for 2,212 performances. For 15 years, Oklahoma! held the record as the longest running musical in Broadway history. It was also a
  • Tomorrow, tomorrow

      Through most of the 20th century, the red-ringleted moppet and her valiant canine companion have delighted first Sunday comics page readers and then Broadway-bound audiences alike. The tale of a spunky and penniless orphan
  • Sentimental journey

      The Spokane Civic Theatre opens its 54th season with the delightful musical review Tintypes, which runs through Oct. 28. Cleverly directed by Marilyn Langbehn, with the engaging choreography of Lorna Hamilton, and under th
  • New York story

      Collected Stories, by Donald Margulies, is a soul-stirring tale of a writer and her mentor. Interplayers' second play of its 20th season is a provocative journey of two women -- a young aspiring writer and her teacher. The
  • Fugard fights apartheid

      Athol Fugard is one of the most prolific and powerful playwrights of our time. His writing is inspiring and daunting. He deals with subjects once thought taboo, although still relevant; his commentary will sting you to th
  • Still hungry

      This year, the Firth Chew Studio Theatre committee decided to present a full year of original plays. This is a noteworthy and ambitious project. Back in June of 1977, Bryan Harnetiaux's first play, Caution: The Surgeon Gen

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